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Skip Noah

Skip Noah

About the Artist

Skip Noah's artwork explores the world of dreams, symbolism, mythology, various religious belief systems, the human condition and our shared collective consciousness with all sentient beings. His artwork is also strongly influenced by personal stories, events from life painted on canvas, filtered through a process of organic abstraction and emotion, and built with vivid color and esoteric symbols.

The overall concept of Noah's paintings and sculptures comes to him instantaneously. He will jot the artwork down on a small piece of paper, and then recreate the artwork anywhere from a few days…

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About the Artist

Skip Noah’s artwork explores the world of dreams, symbolism, mythology, various religious belief systems, the human condition and our shared collective consciousness with all sentient beings. His artwork is also strongly influenced by personal stories, events from life painted on canvas, filtered through a process of organic abstraction and emotion, and built with vivid color and esoteric symbols.

The overall concept of Noah’s paintings and sculptures comes to him instantaneously. He will jot the artwork down on a small piece of paper, and then recreate the artwork anywhere from a few days to years later. He believes it is the unconscious mind that creates these paintings, or taps into a source. Skip states he will learn a lot about himself and the world from looking at the finished artwork.

Artist's Work

Rainstorm approaching a town
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Rainstorm Approaching a Town by the Sea That Never Existed

By Skip Noah

The griffin and the cello
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The Griffin and the Cello

By Skip Noah

Chiron serenading the autumn woods
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Chiron Serenading The Autumn Woods

By Skip Noah

The artist
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The Artist

By Skip Noah

The elephants au pair
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The Elephant's Au Pair

By Skip Noah

Cloud watching
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Cloud Watching

By Skip Noah

Spencer and her squirrel in new orleans
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Spencer and her Squirrel in New Orleans

By Skip Noah

Bacchus giraffedrunken god of mythology
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Bacchus Giraffe…Drunken God of Mythology

By Skip Noah

Broken 2
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Broken

By Skip Noah

Sun tree home
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Sun Tree, Home

By Skip Noah

Lordinateur des mayan
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L'ordinateur Des Mayan

By Skip Noah

Dinner with bacchus giraffe
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Dinner with Bacchus Giraffe

By Skip Noah

Throw my rose at the bull
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Throw My Rose at the Bull

By Skip Noah

The young poet rumi
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The Young Poet Rumi

By Skip Noah

The affair
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The Affair

By Skip Noah

Stranger with the hat
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Stranger with the Hat

By Skip Noah

Night sky over reykjavik
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Night Sky Over Reykjavik

By Skip Noah

Blind prophet of new orleans
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Blind Prophet of New Orleans

By Skip Noah

The peony divorce
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The Peony Divorce

By Skip Noah

Persephones parttime waitressing job
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Persephone's Part-time Waitressing Job in Hades

By Skip Noah

Manhattan before dark
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Manhattan Before Dark

By Skip Noah

Midnight storm rolling into venice
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Midnight Storm Rolling Into Venice

By Skip Noah

The judgement of the owls
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The Judgement of the Owls

By Skip Noah

Jasmine tea with okapi
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Jasmine Tea With Okapi

By Skip Noah

Changing tides
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The Changing Tides

By Skip Noah

The eye of an artist
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The Eye of an Artist

By Skip Noah

Selected Exhibitions

  • Austin City Hall; People’s Gallery Exhibition
    Austin, TX, 2012
  • "Per Chance to Dream" solo show at Dahlia Woods Gallery
    Dallas, TX, 2009
  • Giraffes and Seahorses – 15 Year Retrospective Solo Exhibition at North Lake College Gallery
    Irving, TX, 2009
  • Finalist at the Hunting Art Prize at The Houston Design Center 2009. Jurors: Chiyo Ishikawa, deputy director of art, Seattle Art Museum in Seattle; and Suzanne Folds McCullagh, curator-prints and drawings at The Art Institute of Chicago.
    Houston, TX, 2009
  • The Spirit That Moves Me Exhibition. Gallery 64
    Brooklyn, NY, 2006

Press and Accolades

  • Fellow at Next Generation Project, Robert S. Strauss Center, The University of Texas at Austin
    2011-2012
  • Feature story in Dallas Morning News Arts Section
    February 13, 2009